Constance Estep received her M.F.A. in printmaking and painting from Pratt Institute in New York and her B.F.A. from Rice University where she won five major awards for her art while completing her education. Connie teaches printmaking, drawing and painting. Her prints, drawings and paintings have been exhibited in juried shows such as, "The Prints and the Paper" at San Diego Art Institute, The Society of American Graphic Artists' 65th National Print Exhibition in New York, and the "Montreal International Visual Arts Competition" in Quebec. Connie is a runner and a dancer. "Figurative in nature, my work deals with the interaction inherent within the boundaries of interpersonal relationships. An important theme that emerges is the self-sabotage that often occurs when individuals attempt to interact with one another. Also present is an intense desire to take jabs at the sometimes destructive ways in which we deal with each other at an intimate level. Because of my own particular take on these types of issues, humor becomes one of the most important elements within my visual commentary."